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Jean-Marc Bustamante
Jean-Marc Bustamante, 1952

In the late 1970s, after a period of assisting photographer William Klein, Jean-Marc Bustamante changed the perception of photography in French art with his monumental Tableaux, a series of photographs of the Barcelona region that blurred the boundary between painting and photography. Following a four-year collaboration with sculptor Bernard Bazile (1983–87), Bustamante continued extending his practice to media other than photography. The works depict mental landscapes with a strong poetic impact. His recent works on Plexiglas explore a new way of painting, going further into his research with light and colour.

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LP VIII, 2000, C-print on aluminium



Jean-Marc Bustamante – Timothy Taylor